Natural Balance Therapy Resource Center

At NBT, we believe in educating you so you have a better understanding of your body, the treatment that you are receiving, and important ways to eliminate your pain at home. Take a moment to view our articles and self-treatment exercises that will help you on your path to well and an active and pain-free lifestyle.

Do the Penguin Walk!

You don't see penguins slip and fall on the ice, but this time of year many of our clients take nasty falls resulting in bruises, pain, and possibly fractured bones. We want to help you stay healthy, avoid a fall and possible injuries. In order to do that we all need...

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Feeling The Pressure

During the winter cold and flu season, many of us experience some degree of nasal congestion and sinus pressure. Unfortunately, that pressure can often hang around, long after other signs and symptoms of he cold have disappeared. Recently, I’ve been having excellent...

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Keeping the Holidays Simple

We always have great aspirations of keeping the holidays simple, don’t we? Then when they get here it can be a different story. What is important to remember is that we are in control of our own environment. If those around us choose to make the holidays overly crazy...

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Sacral Release Using 4-Inch Ball

A four inch ball is used to facilitate releasing the sacral region. This technique is beneficial for individuals with low back pain, hip/pelvic pain, digestive discomforts, menstrual cramps, and headaches. Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet about hip width...

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Accepting Positive Change

When you come in for a session at Natural Balance Therapy, what do you mention to your therapist? When you start self-treatment at home, what do you look for in your body? If you’re like most of us, you probably talk about your symptom patterns, or whatever function...

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Cold Season Ahead

The fall season is upon us.  The children are back in school.  The leaves have changed colors.  And many stores have started getting ready for the approaching holidays.  Along with all the many schedules, work activities, school sports, homework also comes the  COLD...

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Myofascial Release and Breast Health

Have you been affected or know someone that has been diagnosed with breast cancer? Unfortunately, the number of women being diagnosed with breast cancer continues to be on the rise. Myofascial release has been successful in treating breast cysts, scars after breast...

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Lymph Flow Exercise: Floor Angels

Feeling sluggish? Do you tend to struggle with colds all winter long? Our upcoming Lymph Flow Exercise class might be just the thing to help support your body through the seasonal transitions. Here is an exercise from the class that combines stretching with physical...

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Self-Treat the Opposite

Just as we all have certain patterns of actions and positions as we go through our daily activities, our bodies will have patterns of how they respond to those actions and positions. For most of us, strain patterns and symptoms will tend to appear more regularly on...

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Do the Penguin Walk!

You don't see penguins slip and fall on the ice, but this time of year many of our clients take nasty falls resulting in bruises, pain, and possibly fractured bones. We want to help you stay healthy, avoid a fall and possible injuries. In order to do that we all need...

read more

Feeling The Pressure

During the winter cold and flu season, many of us experience some degree of nasal congestion and sinus pressure. Unfortunately, that pressure can often hang around, long after other signs and symptoms of he cold have disappeared. Recently, I’ve been having excellent...

read more

Keeping the Holidays Simple

We always have great aspirations of keeping the holidays simple, don’t we? Then when they get here it can be a different story. What is important to remember is that we are in control of our own environment. If those around us choose to make the holidays overly crazy...

read more

Sacral Release Using 4-Inch Ball

A four inch ball is used to facilitate releasing the sacral region. This technique is beneficial for individuals with low back pain, hip/pelvic pain, digestive discomforts, menstrual cramps, and headaches. Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet about hip width...

read more